aortography


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aortography

[‚ā‚ȯr′tä·grə·fē]
(medicine)
Radiography of the aorta through a radiopaque dye injection.
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Aortography in left oblique projection (LAO 30-lateral (LAO 90) and anteroposterior projections was performed with pigtail catheter to profile the lesion.
Repeat aortography was performed demonstrating mild persistent filling of the pseudoaneurysm superiorly, as well as persistent opacification of the IMA.
(b) Aortography results after first checkup at 2 months.
Koirala et al., "Acute mesenteric ischemia: a sequela of abdominal aortography," Journal of Community Hospital Internal Medicine Perspectives (JCHIMP), vol.
These patients presented with new neurological symptoms and other systemic manifestations of CES following carotid angioplasty, thoracic aortography, coronary artery bypass grafting, and percutaneous coronary intervention.
With rapid ventricular pacing over a long Amplatz extra stiff wire, balloon aortic valvuloplasty using an Edward 4 x 23 mm balloon with simultaneous root aortography to see how the left main flow was performed (Figure 2).
Imaging modality of choice for diagnosis of free floating thrombus includes CT aortography followed by transesophageal echocardiography (TEE).
Intraoperative aortography: (a) before deploying the stent graft and (b) a pseudoaneurysm was observed but it disappeared after the stent graft was deployed.
However, with aortography in the left anterior oblique projection (a), it can be recognized that RCA originates from the LCS; with ventriculography in the right anterior oblique projection (b), a mark is seen on the location anterior to aorta, showing interarterial course.
Patients were then admitted to the Department of Cardiology, Osijek University Hospital Center for routine diagnostic preoperative work-up of severe calcified AS, which included coronary angiography and aortography. Thus, the presence of associated coronary artery disease was excluded (coronary artery disease was defined by the presence of coronary artery stenosis >50%).
Diagnostic importance of aortography in conal ventricular-septal defect.